Comics World opens today in its new location

Comics World, the area’s premier seller of comic books and comic book related merchandise has been located for the last twenty years in the Chambersburg Mall in Scotland, Pennsylvania. That ends today when it reopens in its new location, 1670 Lincoln Way East, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.

The Chambersburg Mall should now close

The Chambersburg Mall

It’s exciting news for me personally because it’s now a closer drive. It’s now 25.9 miles away compared to 29 miles when it was located in the Chambersburg Mall. Plus, the Chambersburg Mall is a sad depressing place. Now that Comics World is no longer there, I never have to set foot in it again. The Chambersburg Mall should now do the world a favor and close. It’s on its last legs. It’s lying in a hospital bed with tubes in every orifice, hooked up to machines. Its friends and family stopped coming to visit it a long time ago. Now that Comics World is no longer there, it’s time someone took it behind the barn and sent it home to Jesus.

With comic book stores closing everywhere, it’s good to see Comics World can avoid that fate and relocate to a better location. I plan on stopping by today and buying something. If you live in the West Virginia/Maryland/Pennsylvania Interstate 81 corridor and you enjoy comic book shops that don’t smell of stale cigarette smoke and personal failure, you ought to make plans to visit Comics World too.

Comics World
1670 Lincoln Way East
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17202
717) 264-9918
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Ted Nugent compares half the country to ‘rabid coyotes’ who should be shot

Rock musician and accused draft dodger Ted Nugent thinks a lot of Americans are like rabid coyotes who should be shot on contact.

From CNN:

Nugent, a musician and National Rifle Association board member, made the remarks during a seemingly casual — yet fiery — interview with InfoWars host Alex Jones. During the interview, Jones — a right-wing conspiracy theorist — said he wanted to know why liberals hate America and “love communism.”

“Don’t ask why,” Nugent said. “Just know that evil, dishonesty and scam artists have always been around and that right now they’re liberal, they’re Democrat, they’re RINOs, they’re Hollywood, they’re fake news, they’re media, they’re academia, and they’re half of our government, at least.”

“So come to that realization,” he continued. “There are rabid coyotes running around, you don’t wait till you see one to go get your gun, keep your gun handy. And every time you see one, shoot one.”

The National Rifle Association. People place this logo on their vehicles so thieves know who’s house to rob if and when they want a gun.

I guess now we know why Ted Nugent is a National Rifle Association (NRA) board member. He clearly has a lot going on upstairs and is a living example of someone who is fully embracing the Second Amendment lifestyle.

To me, Ted Nugent sounds even crazier than Joss Whedon. To me, Ted Nugent is an example of someone who should not have access to firearms.

It’s times like this I feel sorry for the sane and intelligent people on the other side of the gun debate who feel strongly that as an American, they have a Constitutional right to own a firearm for their own protection. NRA board member Ted Nugent do people like this a real disservice.

My opinion on guns is fairly simple: in a perfect world, nobody would have access to a gun. We would live in a country free of guns. The problem is, we don’t live in a perfect world. We have more guns in this country than we have people.

This problem has been a long time in the making. Gun manufacturers have churned out guns by the millions for decades. We couldn’t ban guns even if we wanted to. There are simply too many already in circulation. Because of that, I think everyone should be able to arm themselves for their own protection.

If the law allowed it, I’d carry one of these everywhere I went.

Under normal circumstances, I don’t need a gun to protect myself, unless the person wishing to do me harm has a gun. By law here in the state of Maryland, I’m not allowed to carry a gun for my protection. Here in Maryland, if someone with a firearm wishes to visit violence upon me, I must wait for the proper law enforcement authorities to come to my defense. I’d rather not be subjected to a system like that, but what can I do about it, move up to Pennsylvania where carry laws are a lot more relaxed?

I think I’d rather be shot in the face with a bullet dipped in full-blown AIDS than live in Pennsylvania. I think I speak for a lot of Marylanders when I say that.